… offers much to be enjoyed by all ages, boasting quaint scenery, a bit of magic and plenty of heart.
… an alarming misfire …
… if you’ve been hungering for more subversive superhero antics that feature a shitload of gore, swearing, adult themes and dark comedy, then Invincible season 2 will fit the bill nicely.
Western Australian filmmakers Nathan Stone and Stuart Campbell mix horror, action, superheroes and clowns (you’ve been warned) to thrilling effect in this psycho animated (using Unreal Engine) film – a scene from a larger feature according to the blurb – starring Adelaide Kane. Strap yourselves in!
School holidays means PAW Patrol and TMNT top the charts, while Liam Neeson may finally be losing his oomph as an action man, with Retribution punching way below most of his previous films of the genre; but not as weakly as another new release, It Lives Inside, which proves that despite the recent success of horror at the box office (will Talk to Me be #1 Australian film of the year??), not all horror is created equal. And, speaking of equal… finally, Barbie and Oppenheimer have been separated on the charts, with the former charting higher despite a lower screen average (and far shorter running time…).
The comedic actress savoured the opportunity to voice a mean girl in Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken.
From its nuanced emotions to its incredible visuals, to the weaving between various animation styles and tones, it is gripping and impressive from the first whistle to the last.
One of the directors of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is headed to Australia for the inaugural Australian Children’s Content Summit, courtesy of Flying Bark Productions.
39th edition of the highly regarded short film festival – screening the best Australian short films of the year – has concluded with the announcement of various category winners
Director Peter Sohn on the difficulties of directing the most personal film of his career, Pixar’s Elemental.